Acted as a solid sweeper keeper in the first half behind a high Dutch defensive line, and made two good saves after the break.
Made several important defensive headers at the back post and blocked two dangerous crosses from the elusive Cuadrado.
Guilty of a few niggling fouls, but the tenacious midfielder helped Oranje to compete in a midfield which could have been overrun following the sending off of Lens.
A solid physical performance, as the Aston Villa defender helped to mark Falcao out of the game for long periods.
His pace was useful in dealing with the overlapping Armero, but plenty of his defensive responsibility in the first half was left to Veltman.
The Roma midfielder helped his side scrap to an honourable draw, though his usual tidy passing game was somewhat replaced by the need to constantly close angles and space.
Struck the top of the upright in the early stages, and looked to be Oranje's leading offensive light, before a poor challenge from Aguilar saw him sidelined.
Unfortunate to leave the field through injury, but spurned his only real chance of the game, firing wide from a rebound once Van der Vaart had struck the post.
His own stupidity earned him a red card, as the forward grabbed Armero around the throat. Was a bright outlet before his dismissal.
The shining light for the Dutch in the second half, as his technical ability and mazy dribbling saw the 19-year-old act as an excellent outlet who wasn't afraid to shoot.
Became the first Dutch player to make his national team debut since Louis van Gaal took over the Oranje set-up.
Unfortunate to see a great effort blocked by Zapata, but his physical presence in the centre of midfield saw the likes of Aguilar fade from the game.
His fresh legs helped a labouring Dutch side over the finish line in Amsterdam.
Had a couple of half chances, but failed to really impose himself in the game, as Depay took the offensive plaudits.
Wasn't forced into any saves throughout the game and acted more as a spectator.
Made one good block to deny Depay in the second half, preventing the Dutchman from testing Mondragon with a powerful strike.
Won his aerial duels and marked De Jong well when Oranje had a focal point.
Was fortunate to escape punishment for a stray elbow, but the full-back was otherwise solid and energetic.
Made a horrendous tackle on Van der Vaart to sideline the Dutch midfielder, and will probably be remembered in the Netherlands for that contribution alone.
A physical performance from the midfielder, who put himself about in the early stages to disrupt the Netherlands' dominance.
Flitted in and out of the game, but was Colombia's most dangerous player. His quick feet and change of pace made him very difficult to mark.
His left foot was excellent, as he spread play nicely and was constantly looking to act as provider for the rest of his side.
His pace and energy were of constant concern to Van der Wiel, and his defensive contribution in his own area was impressive, as he made several important defensive headers.
Was slipped through on goal on several occasions, but simply was beaten to the ball by Cillessen. A somewhat anonymous game for the Monaco man, who wasn't helped by his team-mates' service.
Saw a goal ruled out for offside, after he chased down Veltman smartly to win possession for his side. Only threatening in glimpses.
His physical presence allowed Colombia to continue to try and break up any spell of dominance that Netherlands enjoyed.
Forced Cillessen into several good saves, as the substitute looked to grab his opportunity in the first team by shooting on sight.
Didn't receive enough time to have an effect on proceedings, failing to have any chances at goal.
His sheer power allowed for him to get to the byline on two occasions, but his final ball just wasn't there.
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